Hundreds of settlers storm the archaeological area in Sebastia

Days of Palestine - Nablus

Hundreds of settlers today, Wednesday, stormed the archaeological site in Sebastia, north of Nablus.

Sebastia Mayor Muhammad Azim said in press statements that hundreds of Israeli settlers stormed the archaeological site, amid strict military measures by the Israeli occupation forces, and closed the site and the roads leading to it to citizens.

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He pointed out that this storming comes according to a fixed program announced by the settlers to storm the site every Wednesday.

Azim explained that, for nearly four months, settlers have been organizing incursions into the archaeological site every Wednesday, with the escort of the Israeli occupation army.

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He added that the Israeli occupation forces deployed throughout the site and on the rooftops of surrounding houses.

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